Roof style?

(Terrill Ewald, CPI, MD# 31310) #1

What would this roof style be? They took a colonial with gable roof and added this. Shed?

(Larry Kage, CMI) #2

I can’t tell from that view. Got a pic of the top?

(Terrill Ewald, CPI, MD# 31310) #3

No, I’m inspecting it tomorrow. These are off the internet.

(Jeffrey R. Jonas) #4

Low-slope/Flat

(Larry Kage, CMI) #5

The upper one looks like a butterfly roof from here.

(Junior S. Fudge, 342226, 342230) #6

Butterfly & Gable

(Junior S. Fudge, 342226, 342230) #7

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(Junior S. Fudge, 342226, 342230) #8

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(Marc A. Goldenberg, Inspector Lic # HI1365 Mold Assessor Lic #1) #9

YA!^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

(Dennis DiVito, VA License # 3380 000170) #10

Freeform :slight_smile:

(Kenton Shepard, CMI) #11

Dual-pitch shed, but I wouldn’t give it a name in the report. Someone can always argue with it.
To be a butterfly, both slopes would have to slope toward the low point at the roof interior. Looks to me like they both slope in the same direction at different pitches.

(Mark E. Glowczynski) #12

I second that motion.